The City of Menlo Park's library system consists of the main library and the Belle Haven branch. The City is planning for new library facilities at both its main and branch locations. The planning process began with input received during the Library’s Departmental review in 2015, continued with its Strategic Plan in 2016, and moved forward in 2017 with the Space Needs Assessment for the main library and the Belle Haven Neighborhood Library Needs Assessment.
Public meetings - Main Library siting and uses input
Main Library, 800 Alma St.
December 4, 2017, at 6:30 p.m.
January 17, 2018, at 6:30 p.m.
February 15, 2018, at 6:30 p.m.
You’re invited to participate in a community workshop, digital mission and other activities as part of the Belle Haven Neighborhood Library Needs Assessment
This community workshop is your chance to participate in a variety of activities that will impact the ongoing Needs Assessment for the Belle Haven Library conducted by the City of Menlo Park. Our goal is to hear the diverse voices of the Belle Haven community and use a shared dialogue to create vision for the future of the library. All activities will be available in both English and Spanish.
Come to our community workshop and bring your friends, family, and neighbors to join in these exciting activities! Stay tuned for more information on dates and location.
Do you want to share your thoughts digitally? We have a fun, interactive mission that you can participate in through your phone or tablet. Sign up to join the mission!
Use the hashtag #mybellehavenlibrary on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to share with us your thoughts, photos, or videos about the Belle Haven Library!
The Library Needs Assessment for the Belle Haven Neighborhood is underway. The Belle Haven Neighborhood Library Advisory Committeehas been formed to assist throughout the process.